What does Sport Compact performance really mean. We put four of these little speedsters to the test. Competing for the title: From Japan we have two entries...the Honda Civic Si, and the Supercharged Scion TC, representing Germany its the Volkswagen "Obey your fast" GTI, and from the good old USA its the Supercharged Chevy Cobalt wearing the SS badge.
Each contestant was fitted with front-wheel drive, a manual transmission, and a four-cylinder engine that makes around 200 horsepower. Here is how they did...
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Cobalt on 20's
2006 Cobalt SS Supercharged with 20" American Racing Casino's and dropped
with Eibach Sportlines
Test Drive Fest - Team Steve and Dan
Test Drive Fest 2007, video of Team Steve and Dan
1) 2007 Saturn Sky turbo
2) 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged
3) 2007 Pontiac G6 GT
4) 2007 Honda Civic Si
5) 2007 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi
Chris's 2006 Supercharged Cobalt SS
2006 Cobalt SS/SC
GMPP Performance Catback Exhaust
ZZP Header & DP
Visual & Audio Mods
Compilation of Flybys, Pictures, and Races.
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Review: 2007 Honda Civic Si Sedan
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The point is that if you've been craving a terrifically fun small car as a
replacement for the V6- or V8-powered gas hog that currently sits in your
driveway, the 2007 Honda Civic Si Sedan is here to meet your need for speed
Saturn Sky Red Line Review
Last year General Motors debuted two beautiful new roadsters, the Pontiac
Solstice and the Saturn Sky. Both cars received praise for their inspired
design, but for many, the hard lines and chiseled angles of the Sky were
thoroughly captivating. But beauty isn't everything. A car like the Sky
needs to drive as well as it looks, and that's where the Redline comes in.
General Motors has taken the well-behaved Sky and injected it with some
Under the hood, GM has fitted the Sky Redline with a 2.0 liter, turbo-charged Ecotec engine that cranks out a
whopping 260 horsepower and 260 pound
feet of torque. That's a lot of horses for this little roadster, in fact,
GM claims that pound for pound, this is the most powerful engine in its
lineup. And it shows, especially off of the line, where the Red Line jumps
to 60 miles per hour in just 5 and one-half seconds. But that's not all,
the Sky Redline is also ready to corner with a four-wheel independent,
performance tuned suspension, 18 inch alloy wheels, and in case you get in
trouble, GM's Stabilitrak system is there to help get you back on track.
2011-2013 Scion tC review from Consumer Reports
Aimed at the youth market, the sporty Scion tC gives buyers lots of
features for the money. As far as small coupes go, it's relatively easy to
live with, but don't expect sports-car handling. Visit our website for more
on the Scion tC and other small cars: http://bit.ly/19WXr32
Civic v Corolla v Mazda 3 Consumer Comparison by Edmunds.com
As so many Hollywood blockbusters have proven, if something works once, why
not try it again? Last year, we decided to try something completely
different by inviting six regular consumers to do a comparison test of
three popular midsize sedans â€” without the sponsorship of a specific
manufacturer. They poked and prodded each car using the same criteria
Edmunds editors use when evaluating a vehicle. The result was an
enlightening experience for the consumers involved, the Edmunds.com editors
and, judging by feedback, the readers at home.
For the sequel, we rounded up three economy sedans: the two best-selling
models (Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic) and the one we consider to be the
best (Mazda 3). We also invited a fourth dark-horse contender to the party,
but the Mitsubishi Lancer that showed up featured a fancy stereo, a sunroof
and a $3,000-higher price tag. It was disqualified before the test started
for being too far out of the price range. As such, the remaining three
contenders were priced within $479 of each other, giving our testers the
chance to see how much equipment each brand provides for basically the same
amount of dough. Each car was also right off the boat (or train), with
miles in the low hundreds or less. In other words, nothing was given an
undue advantage. Here's a rundown of the cars.
Sport Compact Comparison
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What does Sport Compact performance really mean. We put four of these
little speedsters to the test. Competing for the title: From Japan we have
two entries...the Honda Civic Si, and the Supercharged Scion TC,
representing Germany its the Volkswagen "Obey your fast" GTI, and from the
good old USA its the Supercharged Chevy Cobalt wearing the SS badge.
Review: 2006 Volkswagen Jetta GLI
Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos. The 2006 Volkswagen Jetta receives
minor styling tweaks, a more powerful motor, a slick optional transmission,
and other sport-tuned goodies.
Review: 2008 Honda Civic Si Sedan
If you've been craving a terrifically fun small car as a replacement for
the V6- or V8-powered gas hog that currently sits in your driveway, the
2008 Honda Civic Si Sedan is here to meet your need for speed and
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